Hongkongers are unlikely to be handed another cash handout in the coming budget, going by the finance secretary’s latest remarks. Photo: Winson Wong Hongkongers are unlikely to be handed another cash handout in the coming budget, going by the finance secretary’s latest remarks. Photo: Winson Wong
Hongkongers are unlikely to be handed another cash handout in the coming budget, going by the finance secretary’s latest remarks. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong’s finance minister signals there will be no cash handout in his coming budget, despite surge in stamp duty revenue

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Hongkongers are unlikely to be handed another cash handout in the coming budget, going by the finance secretary’s latest remarks. Photo: Winson Wong Hongkongers are unlikely to be handed another cash handout in the coming budget, going by the finance secretary’s latest remarks. Photo: Winson Wong
Hongkongers are unlikely to be handed another cash handout in the coming budget, going by the finance secretary’s latest remarks. Photo: Winson Wong
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